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I have been using this jointer all day! Really nice. My son came in my shop and could care less about woodworking
and said, "man that is a cool little machine, it's so quiet compared to all of your other machines". I have not maxed
out yet, slowly getting the boys off of my payroll!
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I own a 6" floor model but would love a bench top if for no other reason than space saving. Sounds like a good deal to me, so, put me in coach. I don't smoke...

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I already own a combined planer jointer in my major shop. It isn't heated though and I've got a smaller shop in my basement that due to space limits is primarily benchtop tools. This little jointer would fit nicely there, and the spiral blade + lower noise output has me intrigued. When the weather turns cold I much prefer to work indoors so this little jointer would make a nice addition there. I also test and recommend tools for the model shop and larger furniture shop I teach in, and if this little jointer can withstand a little abuse it might be perfect for our university model shop.

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I am in. I have a Delta 160 which looks like the same unit but would definitely like to see how the spiral heads work.

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I currently do not have a jointer. Would love one this size. It would be perfect for my small shop. My next two major purchases will be a jointer and benttop planer.
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I do not own a bench top jointer and would love to own one because they are small.

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I do not have a joiner and this looks like a very nice size for my messy shop.
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I would very much appreciate a small benchtop jointer for my small workshop. My last jointer was a floor standing Craftsman unit of 4" size, but it went missing in an out-of-state move from Illinois. I am not very good with the hand plane so rely a lot on sanding joints. My small retiree income and budget prevents me from acquiring a new jointer.The cutter technology in this Cutech model sounds to be superior.
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